It is a tiring and prolonged procedure to build a website from the start, as long as the absolute objective is to get a full-grown website operational within a short period of time. When a single or even a small number of people are working to build a website, it is quite detrimental. This project focuses on elucidating how a person can build a full-fledged, state-of-the-art website within a very short span of time all by themselves. The income, or the scarcity thereof is the other problem faced when generated by new websites. Either the whole website goes bankrupt owing to the lack of earnings generated by it or it generates revenue so negligible that it can’t possibly be maintained in the further off future. Another pivot of this project is the transformation of the newly built website into an RGM (Revenue Generation Model) so that it can be sustained in the long run. Money is of utmost importance when it comes to running a successful venture, whether it is a website or a business. Therefore, the revenue generation model is introduced in this project. An issue commonly seen is the absence of workforce to maintain and update a website on a regular basis. A large amount of monetary funds is required to employ adequate workforce to keep a news website running, where consistent updating is required. Also, staff is incompetent, fallible and time consuming as compared to a machine. This is yet another focal point of this project. This project aims at circumventing human intervention and replacing it with a better and cost-effective Python-built news robot which will continuously deliver news and recent updates on the website, without any human supervision. This chatbot can be integrated into any website and can carry out a number of functions, including news and stock market updates.

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